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Big stuff in the heart of Germany.

Written on 25.03.2017 by Mark Johnson

More stunning shots Mike!

Written on 25.03.2017 by Mark Thomas

Its now called " ROBIN HOOD AIRPORT... the former RAF FINNINGLEY... also called DONCASTER SHEFFIELD, located just to the South of Doncaster in South Yorkshire UK.

Written on 25.03.2017 by Allan Hickman

Fantastic! 5*

Written on 25.03.2017 by Dave Sheehy

Looks like it could be a variant of the Shenyang J-6 which is a Chinese version of the MiG-19

Written on 25.03.2017 by Timothy McDonnell

This comment is Gary Schenauer and Peter Maassen. It seems to me that you both think highly of the Boeing 474.I also see that you both are Photography buffs. My two Sons are into photography , my oldest had a brief semi-pro career in it. Now back to my comment. We live in Dearborn, Michigan, we are near Detroit Metro Airport, more specific ,we are in the flight path of incoming planes. We would babysit our Grandson ,Now 11 years old , And would watch the planes come in over our home. The most AWE inspiring sight was ,and still is ,the 747 JUMBO JET . We nick named the 747 , BIG , when one flew over we yelled out BIG. Our saying when we saw one was ( Low and Slow and Watch It Go ), It amazes me how that behemoth stays up in the air ,which looks like it's going so slow.We would drive out to the airport, to get even closer the the action.
I,We ,just wanted to let you both know that your pics are Beautiful to look at.

A Warm Thank You, Thank You, Thank You , Gentlemen .
John Manoulian Jr. ,John Manoulian III and John Manoulian IV

Written on 25.03.2017 by john manoulian

Es una toma imponente.!!!! Muy buena.

Written on 25.03.2017 by Patricia Ciancio

The Stearman had fabric covered ailerons, this one is metal covered and is a Waco YMF-5.

Written on 25.03.2017 by jim gevay

This is a Waco YMF-5

Written on 25.03.2017 by jim gevay

Me encantan ver fotos de aviones grandes eimpresionantes.

Written on 25.03.2017 by Rafael Cohen

a beautiful, natural shot

Written on 25.03.2017 by Philippe-Joseph Salazar

gorgeous

Written on 25.03.2017 by Philippe-Joseph Salazar

Can anyone help identify it correctly? Sam?

Written on 25.03.2017 by Philippe-Joseph Salazar

Louisiana Tech. Attended school back in the 70's

Written on 25.03.2017 by mnrobards

watch out for that downwash

Written on 25.03.2017 by Don Whyte

Wonderful article Jim! Tremendous dedication by he team!
Thank You

Written on 25.03.2017 by John mcGeoghan

Text me shad...920-585-3341

Written on 25.03.2017 by Kristen Carlson

Anyone else see that Arizona livery N383SW hanging out in the back?

Written on 25.03.2017 by Isaac Vogelzang

Anyone else see that Arizona livery N383SW hanging out in the back?

Written on 25.03.2017 by Isaac Vogelzang

*This photo was not taken at KPLU (Puyallup, WA).

Written on 25.03.2017 by HowSwedeitis

Great photo! I live across the street from this great little airport =)
Austen: That is Mt. Rainier.

Written on 25.03.2017 by HowSwedeitis

@nycslc1 @marylou anderson @Greg Byington @Andy Power Thank you very much, glad you like it! :)

Written on 25.03.2017 by HAKLS

@Pierre Cantin Merci! Oui, c'est un selfie. :)

Written on 25.03.2017 by HAKLS

@Gary Schenauer Thank you very much for the kind and encouraging words! It really means a lot. Other websites often reject great photos, but comments, like yours, make our photos worth sharing here.

Written on 25.03.2017 by HAKLS

Extremely beautiful! The colors are brilliant!

Written on 25.03.2017 by Isaac Vogelzang

CAPTAIN JIM ...HEADING TO NEW YORK

Written on 25.03.2017 by kenny antoine

This is the Navy version of the B-25, a PBJ-1 acquired by the Navy but used by the Marines in the south Pacific. She is painted to represent an aircraft from VMB-611.

http://www.warbirdsnews.com/warbirds-news/caf-socal-wings-pbj-1-restoration-update.html

Written on 25.03.2017 by jim gevay

Strange colour scheme, which theatre was this designed for?

Written on 25.03.2017 by John mcGeoghan

Thanks Austen!!

Isaac, you are correct, and this is the story behind it https://blog.alaskaair.com/alaska-airlines/history/flying-fish/

Written on 25.03.2017 by rwb2112

TFFF

Written on 25.03.2017 by borntofly85

So they chose to go retro with a forgetable bland Continental scheme and not a retro classic United scheme? No wonder this airline is in trouble.

Written on 25.03.2017 by n9341c

Lake Village, Arkansas, has a unique place in aviation history. The famous aviator Charles Lindbergh is recorded as making his first night flight over nearby Lake Chicot and the town of Lake Village in 1923, while Lindbergh made a stopover there. I recall a monument placed in Lake Village to commemorate this aviation moment.

Written on 25.03.2017 by cliff731

That's painful to look at! Trying to work it out, but I suspect that might be a fairly early C90 airframe with many upgrades, including the swept back four bladed props and the aft fuselage strakes...judging by the flap setting, it seems most likely that the nose gear has collapsed during the landing/rollout phase.

Written on 25.03.2017 by CHRIS ROBEY

that was beautiful!!!!!!

Written on 24.03.2017 by albertzzj

Read a book years ago by John Ball called "Phase Three Alert" about the recovery of a bomber from the ice.

Sounds similar.

Written on 24.03.2017 by Doug Zalud

Yes I am Roy. THANKS

Written on 24.03.2017 by Travis Mauldin

Ha ha ha...luv the nose art!!

Written on 24.03.2017 by Andy Power

Thank you renato. Snow Queen !

Written on 24.03.2017 by John Marotta

I agree with rwb, the lighting makes the shot

Written on 24.03.2017 by Andy Power

Wow, another great, creative shot - both in the same news letter! Great shot, keep em coming!

Written on 24.03.2017 by Andy Power

Nice! That's 1st of the type I've seen. Great job

Written on 24.03.2017 by Andy Power

Thank you Dwight !

Written on 24.03.2017 by John Marotta

Thank you josy !

Written on 24.03.2017 by John Marotta

Thank you Dave !

Written on 24.03.2017 by John Marotta

Thank you Lilliana !

Written on 24.03.2017 by John Marotta

Love seeing AirCal/AA. Just flew her yesterday!

Written on 24.03.2017 by Craig Long

Very, very nice photo! I am not ex-AF or Navy AF, so I do not think that I can help you when it comes to AF terms.

Written on 24.03.2017 by Isaac Vogelzang

Where was it, please?

Written on 24.03.2017 by Deivid DJACQ

checked out your collection of photos , noticed a few from Red Lake , did not see a full side shot of a Norseman . In my early teen years I had a summer job at Noorduyn Norseman in St Laurent . My uncle who owned the company would buy Norsemans that had been written off , 2 cousins and myself would strip them down to the frame and the experts would salvage what they could . The main reason was to salvage the frame which would undergo a magnaflux test . Thinking back , how I miss those days .

Written on 24.03.2017 by peter tomlinson

Any present or former Navy pilots / fliers out there, I'm AF Ret. and my knowledge of Navy terminology is a bit sketchy, so I'm wondering if you can clarify something for me? My understanding of the term "section" as it applies to Navy aviation is that a "section" is a pair of aircraft (meaning two aircraft) that are performing a mission together as a tactical unit. So I have questions about the scene shown here in my photo. First, since there are more than just two aircraft flying together here, is this group still referred to as a "section" or is there another term that would be used to describe a four-ship group such as seen here? Also, I've seen three-ship groups ... would a three-ship group still be correctly referred to as a "section?" I've researched but can't find any answer, so if there are any Navy folks out there who can ease my curious old mind (lol), I'd appreciate your help. Thanx.

Written on 24.03.2017 by Gary Schenauer

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